For two hours, Bridgette interviews Oprah in the control room about John F. Kennedy Jr. and the 1996 interview. "I was deeply affected by his death for a long time and still can't cross a body of water without thinking about it," Oprah says. "I cannot fathom why John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife and her sister had to leave us at that time."
As Bridgette guides Oprah, Sheri steps in once to help advance the interview. "There's definitely one minute where Sheri was like, 'Bridge, tell Oprah...,'" she says. "It's definitely a dance, but it's important that I'm prepared for any potential question she throws at me."
At the end of the day, the taping is a success. "First show, not bad. It feels really good," Bridgette says. "Oprah is Oprah Winfrey. For her to say good job and give me those accolades, it's priceless. It feels really good."
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